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CVSC students shine in Regional tilts
Posted by Glenn Bolaño on November 11, 2016 10:38 am
Determination. Competitive Spirit. Winning Attitude.
All these characteristics became the fuel as students of Compostela Valley State College (CVSC) showed their mettle and even took home awards in two separate regional competitions held in Davao City this month.
Jayrick Manlawi, a third year Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) student, placed 9th in the 1st Region XI Teacher Education Quizbee sponsored by the Philippine Association for Teachers and Educators (PAFTE) held at the Ateneo de Davao University last November 11.
Eighty participants from approximately 25 colleges and universities in the region competed in the aforementioned contest where four CVSC students namely: Judiel Cabilan, Elmervin Ibañez, Dianne Marie Febrero and Manlawi, coached by Dr. Robert Gomez, all reached the final round.
Meanwhile, CVSC also was well-represented during the 1st Regional Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC) Culture and Arts Festival held at the University of Southeastern Philippines-Obrero campus, Davao City last November 13-15.
Among the winners were: Judiel Cabilan (2nd runner up) for On-the-spot painting; Geoffrey Cardama (1st runner up) for Pagkukwento; Geber Mae Abarca (2nd runner up) for Kundiman; Kristel Jade Brandino, Rodolfo Tobera, Cathleya Makinano, Yvonne Doromal, and Rowindiel Subang (2nd runner up) for Radio Drama; and Rober Kim Cabeza, Ivy Joy Villaplaza, and Haidee Lagang (1st runner up) for Quiz Bowl.
Aside from CVSC, other State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) that attended the PASUC-sponsored event include Davao Oriental College of Science and Technology (DOCST), Davao del Norte State College (DNSC), USeP (category A and B), and Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST).
Despite the relative “youth” of the college, the success and accolades it has reaped in the two contests against other institutions of higher learning in the region provides a positive outlook as to the potential of its students.